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The term neo-romanticism is used to cover a variety of movements in philosophy, literature, music, painting, and architecture, as well as social movements, that exist after and incorporate elements from the era of Romanticism. It has been used with reference to late-19th-century composers such as Richard Wagner particularly by Carl Dahlhaus who describes his music as "a late flowering of romanticism in a positivist age". He regards it as synonymous with "the age of Wagner", from about 1850 until 1890—the start of the era of modernism, whose leading early representatives were Richard Strauss and Gustav Mahler (, 98–99, 102, 105). It has been applied to writers, painters, and composers who rejected, abandoned, or opposed realism, naturalism, or avant-garde modernism at various points in time

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  • Neo-romanticism
  • Neuromantik
  • Neorromanticismo (arte)
  • Néoromantisme
  • 新ロマン主義
  • Neoromantiek
  • Neorromantismo
  • Неоромантизм
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  • 新ロマン主義(しんろまんしゅぎ、英: Neo-romanticism、独: Neoromantismus、仏: Néoromantisme)は、西洋文学史ならびに西洋美術史の長期に渡るさまざまな運動を包摂する概念。特に後期ロマン主義とほぼ同義で、ダルハウスがグスタフ・マーラーのような19世紀後半から20世紀初頭の作曲家に関して用いた用語であり、前衛的なモダニズムの意匠を拒絶ないし断念した現代の作曲家を意味した。
  • O termo neorromantismo é utilizado para definir uma variedade de movimentos na filosofia, literatura, música, pintura e arquitetura, assim como movimentos sociais que existem depois e incorporam elementos da era do Romantismo. Tem sido usado como referência a compositores do final do século XIX e começo do século XX, tal como Richard Wagner particularmente por Carl Dahlhaus que descreve como "um florescimento tardio do romantismo numa época positivista". Ele considera como um sinônimo de "a era de Wagner, em cerca de 1850 até 1890—o começo da era do modernismo, cujos primeiros representantes eram Richard Strauss e Gustav Mahler, sendo aplicado também a compositores contemporâneos que rejeitaram ou abandonaram o uso de técnicas do modernismo avant-garde.
  • The term neo-romanticism is used to cover a variety of movements in philosophy, literature, music, painting, and architecture, as well as social movements, that exist after and incorporate elements from the era of Romanticism. It has been used with reference to late-19th-century composers such as Richard Wagner particularly by Carl Dahlhaus who describes his music as "a late flowering of romanticism in a positivist age". He regards it as synonymous with "the age of Wagner", from about 1850 until 1890—the start of the era of modernism, whose leading early representatives were Richard Strauss and Gustav Mahler (, 98–99, 102, 105). It has been applied to writers, painters, and composers who rejected, abandoned, or opposed realism, naturalism, or avant-garde modernism at various points in time
  • Neuromantik oder Neoromantik („literarischer Jugendstil“) ist die Bezeichnung für eine literarische Strömung um 1890–1915, die sich als Gegenbewegung zum Naturalismus und der Moderne verstand und an die Inhalte der Romantik anknüpfte. Die neuromantischen Dichter zeigten Vorliebe für exotische Schauplätze (Mittelalter, Italien der Renaissance), für Wunderbares und Geheimnisvoll-Magisches, für das Skurrile, für Sagen, Mythen und Märchen; sie schufen vor allem in der Lyrik Texte von großer Formvollendung und verfeinerter Sprache. Bedeutende Vertreter der Neuromantik waren:
  • El neorromanticismo fue un movimiento artístico desarrollado en Francia en los años 1920-1930 y posteriormente en Gran Bretaña entre 1930-1950. El primer grupo de artistas neorrománticos surgió en París de la mano de Christian Bérard y los emigrantes rusos Pavel Tchelitchew y los hermanos Eugène y Leonid Berman. Su obra se caracteriza por la elaboración de imágenes fantásticas, con paisajes desolados y figuras trágicas, con influencia del surrealismo y la pintura metafísica.
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  • Neoromantiek is een synoniem van postromanticisme of laat romanticisme. Het is een langdurige beweging die begint aan het einde van de negentiende eeuw en het is een herleving van de romantiek in de kunst en de literatuur. Neoromantiek moest iets zijn wat voorbij het romantische idee van 'de held' en romantisch nationalisme ging. Dit was vooral het geval na de beide wereldoorlogen.
  • Неоромантизм — течение в искусстве (прежде всего, в литературе) рубежа XIX—XX веков, возникшее как реакция на реалистические и натуралистические тенденции второй половины XIX века. В общем смысле слова может быть определён как возрождение литературных настроений первой половины XIX века в Европе (романтизм). Может пониматься как ранняя фаза или одно из течений модернизма. Неоромантизм оказался очень плодотворным литературным направлением. В ХХ веке продолжают создаваться неоромантические произведения ("Одиссея капитана Блада" Р. Сабатини и "Наследник из Калькутты" Р. Штильмарка).
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